Saturday, November 14, 2009

I got one simple question

HAS ANYONE, ANYWHERE, EVER,
IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD
ACTUALLY HANDED OVER THEIR BANK ACCOUNT NUMBER TO A
NIGERIAN PRINCE
I MEAN EVEN ONCE?
ANYONE? ANYONE?
BUELLER? BUELLER?

WHY WON'T THOSE EMAILS
DIE???!
I GET A DOZEN A DAY.
ANYONE WHO READS THIS AND HAS FALLEN FOR THAT
PLEASE, STOP, IT'S FAKE.
YOU'RE WELCOME.

5 comments:

Schof said...

It's sad, but about 2% of people who get those emails actaully give out their info. It's enough that those kinds of scams and spam in general make something like 8 billion dollars a year.

Edna said...

No not me, I have been getting emails from my internet supplier (or they say) wanting my password for my email or they will cancel my email, can you believe that, I pay so no one can cancel, I never reply to any of these things, Just junk them. A friend of mine on facebook got hacked and I received an email from her with bad words and I wrote her back and told her that I didn't open the video because I did not like bad words, and it was not her at all, someone was sending these out with her picture and her facebook account. I was not the only one that got these. Now that is bad, someone just wanting to tarnish a Christian woman (widow) at that's name.
God please help this country.

mamat2730(at)charter(dot)net

Pepper Basham said...

It's not real? What? Are you sure?
What about all that 'Someday My Prince Will Come" stuff? ;-)

Mary Connealy said...

Oh, yes, Pepper, great, now you're seeing a ROMANCE novel in the Nigerian emails.

Now why didn't I think of that? :)

cooper said...

Ha! Now it's even coming snailmail. Wayne and I have both received letters saying we've won a contest, in Canada, so we have to transfer "gift tax monies" so we can collect our prizes. I can't wait! :) Oh WAIT! Here's the best part: I won because of my entry placed at (tadah!) WALMART. Riiiiiiight. Surely everybody in the world knows my thoughts on that establishment? :)